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Cute Things Dying Violently Gives You The Chance To Be A Hero And Save The Helpless Creatures, Can you Keep The Alive Though?

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Hey kids! Do you like failure? Are you suspicious of success? Do you smile at the thought of “accidental” electrocution? Then boy have we got the game for you. Cute Things Dying Violently is available today on Steam, iOS, and Android.

Cute Things Dying Violently is all about saving a bunch of hapless Critters. Launch them around to get them safely out of each level. Dodge lethal spikes, buzzsaws, fire, and hateful robots. And, if a few dozen (or hundred) of them get turned into charred, smoking husks in your attempt to save them… there’s the old saying about omelettes and breaking eggs. Broken, bloody eggs.
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N Plus Plus, The Death Defying Action Platformer PS4 Review

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My love affair with the N Series began in 2008 with the release of N+, which was the second game in the series. However I have to be honest, N+ wasn’t even on my radar as being a game I needed or wanted to play. Based on what I’d seen at the time, it looked to be far too simple and I couldn’t see the value contained within it.

And then I downloaded the demo. By the time I’d beaten all of the levels within it, I knew I needed to buy it. With that being said, could N++ possibly live up the the high expectations that I approached it with?

Just in case you’re unfamiliar with N++, take a moment to familiarize yourself before continuing.

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Monday Indie Spotlight: Let’s Play As The World’s Greatest Ninja

Thank you for joining me on another episode of the Monday Indie Spotlight, today we’re highlighting a game that could be described as; an incredibly fun, hysterically funny, platforming insanity, instant death ride… That’s right, I’m talking about N++.

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